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Page Sixteen

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December S, 1969

Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 5, 1965

How the Pooh visits Christopher Robin

c.a.. ,,e rt ites pn7 1
(Ouch, my left ear sounds like
it hurts!" Eeyore had insisted).
"Well, by now, I assume you
have discovered that it is snow-
ing and Christmasing," said Owl,
still slowly dragging Eeyore in-
to the house.
"Actually. we hadn't discussed
that point yet," replied Rabbit,
"However, I was just about to
bring it up with Robin here. Af-
ter all, there are more important
things to do than look for hay-
corns for one small pig. So Ro-

bin, now that we are all here, I
gather that all this stuff on the
ground has something to do with
snowing, but Piglet here seems
to be a little mixed up about
Christnasing. We, meaning Owl
and I, were going to tell him
earlier all about it, but ke know
you could tell him so much bet-
"I'd rather have haycorns re-
ally," said Piglet, "But yes, tell
us Robin, what is Christnasing
anyhow?"
"Well, don't worry," said Ro-
bin, "it'll happen in good time,

Piglet. We'll see. But as for
now-"
"Eggzactly," said Owl who
knew Robin was more interested
in haycorns, "We'll see. Now as
for haycorns--"
"Eggzactly," said Eeyore, "Re-
member me? You're still pulling
on my ear, but as you can very
well see, I am already well in-
side the door of my own some-
what free four hoofs. And may
I now ask, what, eggzactly, is
the reason I have been abduct-
ed from my comfortable hut, so

graciously rebuilt by you fellows,
and dragged on a forced march
to this dwelling? May I ask,
humbly, before you interrupt
me, what I have done to de-
serve this deed you have perpe-
trated upon me? Why have you
done this thing to me?"
"Eeyore, we've really done it
for ourselves, not for you." Ro-
bin said, "because, we need your
help. We have a problem of
great magnitude to solve. And
we need your help in thinking
how to solve it."

for help
"My, my touching. Your gra-
ciousness overwhelms me. I am
at your service, of course. Would
you like me to sign an inden-
ture? What will be my duties?
Would you like me to be your
door stop? Or perhaps a door
mat, to keep the fluff (piglet,
etcetera, pooh, oddments) out of
your honorable abode? Or, if
you wish, I can merely keep
from being underfoot. Just ask,
and it's as good as done. But as
far as my thinking goes, well,
See THE, Page 17

The
dictionary
defines
a sweater as...
sweater (swet'er) n. 1. a knitted jacket or
jersey, in pullover or cardigan style, with or without
sleeves, worn during athletic exercise, for warmth,
or otherwise, as for casual wear with slacks or a skirt.
2. one who or that which sweats. 3. an employer who
underpays and overworks employees.
a. Sleeveless V-neck b. V-neck with sleeves c. Striped sweater
100% Lambswool 100% Lambswool ' mock turtle collar
machine xashable machine washable many color:
$14.00 $16.00 $18.00
* The Random HouIse
Dictionary of the
En-lishe Lan-trig,
That's Wagner's... Number One,
by definition.
Wagner's features a full range of
definition number 1 by Glasgo. See
examples above.

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